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  • a riveting heart-wrencher

    Order is a shocking wake up call and a riveting heart-wrencher in this stunning new series. Nothing will prepare you for just how spectacular and gut punching this story truly is. It doesn't hold back, and it has no rules when it comes to fighting for what it wants. It is all in, and Heaven help the ones that get in its way. This story will rip your heart to shreds as it slowly knits two to become one. Dree is thankful for the distraction of this blessed mission trip to Nepal. She couldn't have asked for anything farther away from her problems then this. Everything is going great until she discovers she knows another team member.. very intimately. Maxence isn't sure what to think when he finds out Dree is a part of his trip. He thought he would never see her again, but there seems to be a different plan at work here. Once he sees her selfless and generous heart at work, he knows he will never be the same again. Now he years for what he can't have, but is she truly lost to him? Can love show him another path that would be just as fulfilling and yet allow him to keep her by his side? Max and Dree make quite a brilliant and unique pair. They give their whole hearts generosly and with no hesitation to those who simply ask for help. Their growing love for the other is just as powerful and selfless. Yes, they want and desire, but not at the expense of the other. They only seek to empower and assist. What a power couple they could be! Blair has blown my mind and decimated my heart with this new masterpiece! She is a true master and work smith who never fails to enthrall, delight, and enlighten. I pray she never smothers her natural talent for the unique, the captivating, and the raw. Please do not miss out on this blessed work of art that will leave you changed and in awe of the possibilities and hope around all of us.

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  • An Exquisite Read That's Emotionally Challenging

    This Romance Is So Charged!🔥💘🔥 Order (Billionaires in Disguise: Maxence #2) We pick up almost where we left off but this time we have Max's pov from leaving Dree at the Hotel in Paris until they meet up again, completely unexpectedly, in Nepal. He's reintroduced to her as Deacon Father Maxence & she's clearly shocked then horrified!🙈 They talk to clear the air over her now being complicit in him breaking his Holy Vows. They both want to continue on with charity mission as planned & she is vital as the only medical professional on their 6 person team. It's the first time a female has accompanied them though so it could possibly cause some issues putting 5 grown men in just two tents instead of three.😆 Once they're on the actual foothills of the Himalayas & they're looking for sites for what one of Max's old school friends wants to donate to the area, Dree was gutted by the lack of medical care available to all of the men, women and children in the villages. The further into the mountains they travelled the worse the medical conditions became. Dree was struggling to contain her fury & despair at how little she could achieve and especially at how nothing was being done by anyone else to help them. Basic medical care, vaccinations & nutrition etc all seemed a vital & necessary part of life that could be offered but it wasn't - AT ALL!!💔😭 Max & the rest of the team are blown away by her passion, care & empathy for the people they meet & treat. Tensions begin to rise though once some of the team think the original mission is almost pointless, it's because the problems are so much deeper & wide ranging than that one thing he wants to fix.😔 It all comes to head after a baby born early & needs specialist care which the village doesn't have access or transport to, proving their point!😱💔 Wow, the emotional turmoil throughout this book is immense!💥 Not only is there all of the social injustice & heart break, there's also both Dree & Max's upset that the Church isn't doing as much as they could & perhaps should according to Mathew ? Plus the growing feelings of sexual tension, admiration & awe of one another feels so important, right & even loving?!🔥😍💘 There were some big surprises, one was particularly awful & a real let down. Max's experiences as a child gut punched me.😭 I loved how much trust he put in Dree though. His bedtime stories & her reactions were priceless.😃 Max's deep need to join the church is explored quite deeply, especially at the end, and makes so much sense. I think it might run a bit deeper than he's realised yet but we will see. He is one of the most deeply flawed, complex but truly kind hearted & fearful characters I think I've ever read. My heart bleeds for him. This ends on one heck of a hook, as the timeline starts to catch up with Flicka's final book.😉💥 This book was an absolute pleasure to read from start to finish, I didn't know what to expect but it wasn't this depth of emotion across so many levels. It's almost a gritty social commentary on the Church & the 1 %'ers of our world and roles they could play that could potentially alleviate all, or most, of the planets health issues if they just chose to stop putting profits above lives!🙏 I can't recommend 'Order' highly enough!🌟 Debbie, 1970, UK

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  • Excellent. Grab this one.

    This book is thought provoking and very well done. It is the second in the Max and Dree series and the best yet. My heart hurt throughout most of this story and it is hard to get into details and not spoil the story. If you have not read the previous books, grab them. Don’t miss this one, it is excellent. Can’t wait for the next in this series.

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  • The layers of Maxence are being peeled away...

    "Order" is one of those books that allows the reader to finally begin to understand a character. For long time fans of author Blair Babylon's books, Maxence has been a mysterious character that has ebbed and flowed through numerous series. His role was pivotal to the current plot of that book/series, but the reader was never given enough information about who he truly was. The reader just understood that with Maxence, what you saw was definitely not to be taken as truth. Fast forward to this current series-- Maxence's story is finally being told! "Order" is the book that slowly starts peeling away his many, many layers and begins to show the reader Maxence's past, family life and psychological angst and morals. It has been a long time coming and as a huge fan of Blair Babylon's books, I couldn't be more thrilled to learn what drives this extremely complex man. Dree is a NICU prenatal nurse who volunteers with a Catholic missionary group in Nepal in the attempt to hide from criminals wanting to kill her for crimes committed by her murdered ex-boyfriend. Little does Dree know that the "Augustine" with whom she had a highly sex charged 4 days in Paris is really Deacon Father Maxence Grimaldi, leader of the missionary group she is assigned. Unmarried Deacon Fathers must be celebate. She KNOWS this. HE knows this. Yet, the more she gets to know him and he her, their attraction towards one another continues to expand exponentially. Can these two keep their hands to themselves, despite the fact that their hearts and private parts are so in tuned with each other? Time will tell... Again, I find myself waiting with bated breath for the next installment. As Deacon Father Maxence Grimaldi would say, "patience is a virtue". Sadly, I completely lack this moral excellence. I simply cannot wait for the next book in the series "Prince" to be released!

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  • A true calling…

    I love that we finally get to see Max as his alter-ego, Deacon Father Maxence and that we begin to understand that there’s more at play for him than merely desire, in his quest to become a Jesuit priest. Over the years, in some of the other stories, we’ve learned snippets of Max’s life through the eyes of his close friends. Now, we have his own narrative, which brought so much clarity to the choices he’s made. I enjoyed the team’s journey into the wilds of Nepal along with the challenges they encountered to fulfill their mission. It was also terrific to see Dree in her element as an ER nurse practitioner. She was knowledgeable, experienced, compassionate and resourceful.... When I finished reading this compelling tale, I had several thoughts: First and foremost – I loved it! Secondly, it was a deeper, more profound reading experience than what I was anticipating – which was fantastic! And, thirdly, the next installment – ‘Prince’, cannot come soon enough! The story is well written and the characters are well-defined and convincing. There’s some adventure, danger, conflict and humour along with a range of emotions and a few steamy encounters. I received an Advance Reader Copy and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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